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21 PALACE STREET
St MARTIN AT PALACE
St GEORGE TOMBLAND FULL LICENCE CLOSED 20.02.1959
NORWICH LICENCE REGISTER PS 1/8/1 ( 1867 to 1894 )
FREE TRADE as given 1867
HENRY JOHN WARNER 1870
STEWARD & Co Owned by Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co. ( 1876 )
Licensees :
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JOHN JOHNSON 1805 - 1822
JAMES SMITH 1822 - 1824
NATHANIEL MILLER
& carpenter
17.02.1825
GEORGE SKOYLES
& blacksmith
30.09.1825
ROBERT GOFFIN
( as Robert Coffin 1830 )
September 1827 - 1850
MATILDA DUNHAM GOFFIN ( 59 ) 1851
THOMAS GIRDLESTONE 1854 - 1861
G. DRAKE 1865
BENJAMIN FEARNSIDE by 1867
HENRY JOHN WARNER 14.10.1870
JEREMIAH SPALDING 10.03.1876
WILLIAM BAKER 13.10.1890
BENJAMIN RUFUS BLOOMFIELD 10.10.1892
HERBERT ISAAC LENNEYING
( also as Lenseying )
12.05.1896
Convicted 23.03.1898 of keeping open out of hours.
Fine 20/- plus 7/- costs or 14 days detention.
JAMES THOMAS McDOWALL 27.12.1898
JOHN SHORTEN 07.02.1899
WILLIAM BEER 09.05.1899
Convicted 06.07.1907 of keeping open out of hours.
Fine 20/- plus 7/- costs or 14 days detention.
ERNEST LOUIS HAMMOND 12.05.1908
SARAH HAMMOND 23.11.1915
WALTER HARDY 05.04.1922
ETHEL MAY HARDY
widow
06.01.1925
ETHEL MAY FORD 13.10.1926
GEORGE GAUL 22.11.1927
Convicted 30.11.1929 of keeping open out of hours.
Fine £5 or 1 months detention.
EDITH GAUL 24.07.1934
CHARLES VARVEL GALLANT 07.05.1940
KENNETH JAMES EDWARDS 10.06.1958
LOUIS REGINALD CANHAM
( Brewery representative )
10.02.1959

 
Parish given as St Mary In the Marsh pre 1825 and in 1851 census.

Previously the SADDLERS ARMS according to the Licence Register.
However both the SADDLERS ARMS and the HORSE SHOES appear as separate entries in early directories.
It seems that the two houses merged c1870.
( SADDLERS ARMS given to 14th October 1870 )

The GOLDEN HORSE SHOES is given 1745 / 1760
Also found as the THREE HORSE SHOES.

The Horse Shoes by George Plunkett - Copyright © G.A.F.Plunkett 2002 - shown by permission
07.08.1939
Image by George Plunkett - shown by permission - Copyright © G.A.F.Plunkett 2002

Robert Goffin was summoned before the magistrates 26th November 1842 accused of an assault on John Beck, of Heigham. On the previous Saturday Mr. Beck had entered the house to meet a gentleman. Mr. Goffin, seeing he was `moved with choler' ordered him out of the house, and without giving him time to make an exit, took up a red hot poker and touched Mr Beck on the side with it, and burnt his jacket. The case was dismissed with each party ordered to pay half the costs since the Magistrates thought that Mr. Beck should not have gone to the house.

All those in debt to the late Robert Goffin were requested to settle their accounts within one month of 2nd November 1850 as requested by Executors Alexander Goffin, farmer of Strumpshaw and Edward Goffin, saddler of Palace Street, Norwich.

Damaged by enemy action 27/29.04.1942

31½ barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.

Closed 20.02.1959

Licence transferred to the HEARTSEASE.
( provisional removal granted 10.02.1959 )